Monthly focus

28.04.2017

May: socially just climate action and energy transformation

Hello readers of FES Connect!

“Now more than ever!" is the unrelenting message arriving from the Bonn Climate Change Conference held this May in...


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30.03.2017

April: workers in the global economy and trade policy

We bring debates and activities that shape the work of the FES network pushing against the adverse effects of global trade


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28.02.2017

March: women's movement, labour rights, mobility

In observation of the International Women's Day, we dedicate this issue on the women's movement and the progress on equality and labour rights.


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28.02.2017

February: peace, security and social democracy

What challenges and social democratic approaches are there for peace and security?


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27.01.2017

December-January: civic education, political participation, populism

What does the work on political education entail and what complementary paths do we need to achieve a just society?


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21.12.2016

Season’s greeting 2017: typography quotes from pioneers of social democracy

By way of a season’s greetings, we share with our readers a little gift from the annals of social democratic thought and practice


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29.11.2016

November: feminism, gender equality and social democracy

Engaging feminist debates and the political work on gender equality


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26.10.2016

October: migration and social justice

Why people flee, how they tackle the challenges of social integration and why the debate on migration policies has heated up


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